National Jeweler Network



H. Stern opens pop-up while flagship is closed

Brazilian jewelry brand H. Stern has opened a temporary boutique in New York’s SoHo neighborhood as its Fifth Avenue flagship store remains closed for renovations.


Tiffany releases TV ad with same-sex couple

The retailer’s “Will You?” campaign was designed to take a “modern look” at love. Now, the public can see the TV ad component of the campaign.  


Virginia retailer named JAPAC chair

 The Jewelers of America Political Action Committee has elected Jenny Caro, owner of Jewelry by Design in Woodbridge, Va., as its new board chair.


JVC urges e-filing to report cash transactions

It is faster, more secure and might become mandatory one day so it’s best to learn how to use the system now, the Jewelers Vigilance Committee said.


Pandora records best quarter ever in the US

Sales of rings and the introduction of Disney jewelry at its concept stores helped boost the brand’s revenues in the fourth quarter.


Knoxville, TN reclaims its romantic lead

How about a little love just before Valentine’s Day? Here’s Amazon’s annual list of America’s most romantic cities, based on residents’ purchases of romance-related paraphernalia. 

02/13/15 is back in business

After purchasing's intellectual property, a team that includes the former CEO's daughter is giving the auction site a second try. 


Blue Nile goes brick-and-mortar

The Seattle-based e-tailer plans to open a standalone store in one of the country’s “top malls” where customers can see and try on its rings, though they will still have to buy them online.


Pandora Americas lays off 70

The division, which covers the U.S., Canada and Latin America, has restructured its field organization and laid off 70 people from its visual merchandising team.